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A homeless tent city in Touhy Park has grown in size in recent months leading to the closure of the Touhy Park fieldhouse and the relocation of all park activities to the nearby Pottawattomie Park, …

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Loyola has increased the number of gender-neutral bathrooms from 11 in 2019, according to The Phoenix, to 28 in 2022 according to Matt McDermott, associate director of external Communications. Even though this is an increase, …

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With election day on the horizon, students on campus might be navigating how to register to vote before the Oct. 1 registration deadline in Illinois. The Phoenix has broken down how students in and out …

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This year, Loyola recognized Hispanic Heritage Month through a school-wide Lotería event, dining hall specials and raised awareness via social media. Formerly known as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon B. Johnson’s administration, National Hispanic …

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Mexican Independence Day celebrations took place in downtown Chicago this past week, with celebrations lasting from Sept.15 to Sept. 18. These celebrations sparked mixed reactions from city officials as well as Loyola students of Mexican …

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Fire alarms in multiple buildings on Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus have gone off unannounced through the first weeks of classes. Students have grown frustrated with the disturbances and lack of explanation from the university. Alexis …

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Loyola student organizations are now expected to cater food for university events through the primary vendor Aramark for the fall 2022 semester — the company which runs Loyola Dining — which has sparked concerns by …

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Getir, a grocery delivery company, revealed a storefront mural painted by artist Ahmad Lee in partnership with Paint The City to highlight Rogers Park’s essence and to build community. Getir offers a quick 10-15 minute …